Roosters forward Dylan Napa has pleaded not guilty to a grade two shoulder charge, meaning he will be free to play this weekend or miss the rest of the season.
Roosters forward Dylan Napa, cited for a grade two shoulder charge on the weekend, has pleaded not guilty - meaning he will be free to play the Panthers this weekend if successful, but if not his season will be ended by a four-week suspension.

Teammate Aidan Guerra has taken the early plea for his grade two dangerous contact for a chicken wing tackle on Kyle Turner and will miss just one game.

Brisbane's Martin Kennedy and Manly's James Hasson will be free to play in the first week of the finals series, with both forwards able to escape suspension by taking the early guilty plea.

Kennedy was charged with a grade one careless high tackle on Storm second-rower Kevin Proctor, while Hasson was cited for a grade one dangerous throw during the Sea Eagles’ loss to the Cowboys on Saturday night.

Titans duo Tom Kingston and Beau Falloon look set to miss the start of the 2015 season, with both potentially missing between 2-3 weeks for a dangerous throw on Josh Reynolds, while Dave Taylor will miss at least a week, charged with grade two dangerous contact for a head slam on David Klemmer.

See every charge in detail on our dedicated judiciary page.